Dipping my toes into yet another JS framework, I’m investigating Quasar, which seems to offer a comprehensive and well-documented set of UI components. to work with.
But I’m a total n00b about JS, HTML, CSS. And this is a strongly distributed application, so I need robust debugging capability in both the server and the client. And I’ve fallen in love with VS Code and want to stay within its warm embrace for as much of the development experience as I can.
I took the opportunity to rebuild my development machine from scratch this week. It has been accumulating tools, multiple frameworks and demo apps for years, had suffered through my dabblings in Hyper-V, SQL, C#/.Net, Python and now JS frameworks and had gotten quite polluted. Then Windows 10 Insider Build 18305 came along and broke my profile so I couldn’t access the Start menu and that was the last straw. Time to gather my take-aways, abandon the cruft and apply those conclusions to a clean fresh dev environment.